Our UNT alumni family may be physically distanced during these uncertain times, but we are not socially disconnected. At UNT Alumni Live! virtual events, you can learn something new and have a little Mean Green fun without leaving your house.
Join us at 4:00 p.m. CDT for free virtual events hosted on Zoom and Facebook Live.
Register for Upcoming Alumni Live! Events
UNT CoLab – October 29, 2020
The UNT CoLab is a brand-new concept for the university — part retail boutique, part event space and part learning laboratory for current UNT students. We’ll tour the historic building, take a look at the unique, Mean Green-inspired items and hear from UNT alumni whose handmade wares help make the CoLab a gem in downtown Denton!
Spotify with Dustee Jenkins – November 12, 2020
Spotify is the world’s most popular audio streaming service, and UNT alumna Dustee Jenkins (’01) is right there helping guide the company’s operations as global head of communications. Join us for a talk about how UNT helped launch her career, and take a behind-the-scenes look at Spotify’s New York City headquarters!
Past Alumni Live! Events
Leadership and Impressive Machines with Wilson Jones
Wilson Jones (’85), CEO of global vehicle and machinery manufacturer Oshkosh Corp., is known in the corporate world for fostering a culture of ethics, diversity and positive leadership. That culture has helped Oshkosh achieve incredible success, with 15,000 employees and 150 locations worldwide. We’ll talk with Jones about his time at UNT and his leadership style, and we’ll get a look at some of Oshkosh’s impressive vehicles in action!
Video link coming soon.
The Rare and Unique with UNT Libraries Special Collections
From archives of the oldest television news station in Texas to Jonathan Chilton’s speech establishing the university in 1890, UNT Special Collections preserves and shares rare and unique materials. Learn how alumni can be part of the growing archive by contributing photographs and other memories.
UNT Diamond Eagles Student Resource Center
Get a look inside the Diamond Eagles Student Resource Center, which houses the UNT Food Pantry, the Suit Up Closet and the Mean Green Gowns for Grads program. Learn how the Dean of Students Office used funding from the UNT Diamond Eagles to expand these essential services that help students succeed.
Football with Patrick Cobbs
Former Mean Green and NFL running back Patrick Cobbs (’05) chats about his work as North Texas Football’s running back coach and gives us a look inside UNT’s Lovelace and McNatt Families Practice Facility.